In Springer Nature’s “botched” IPO, did the market see it as one of the publishers at risk of being left behind by real innovation in scholarly communication and research workflow?
A tip of the hat to a departing “Chef”.
The analysis of workflow is a primary activity for many publishers today, but new workflows can only lead us to where we have already been. We have to get beyond analyzing workflow and focus instead on new product development.
Clearing out the dust as we remodel the Scholarly Kitchen, and introducing two new Chefs.
Changes are afoot in the Kitchen, as leadership roles switch and we position ourselves for future success.
A new episode of the Scholarly Kitchen podcast is ready. This time, we talk with head chef Kent Anderson about his experience filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
The Board of the Society for Scholarly Publishing votes to restore disputed posts in order to stand for the organization’s core principles of discussion, freedom of expression, and welcoming all perspectives.
The Scholarly Kitchen turns four. Are we losing our ability to be provocative, interesting, insightful, and engaging? We’re just getting started . . .
Interview with Kent Anderson on various issues concerning scholarly publishing and the life of the writer.